Ann Elliott

Author: Gerald Soper
Date published: 06/11/2020
© Gerald Soper

Charles Elliott (1772 – 1856)

Ann Elliott (1783 – 1861)


Charles Elliott was born circa 1772 in Newbury. His parents were probably Francis and Mary, nee Winter, Elliott. Charles married Ann Trendall on 19 September 1810 at St Mary (the Minster) in Reading. Ann was born circa 1783 in Mapledurham in Oxfordshire.


In the 1841 census Charles & Ann were living with sons Charles aged 28 and Alfred aged 21 in Northbrook Street in Newbury. Charles senior and his son Charles were both recorded as bricklayers and Alfred as a carrier. Ten years later in the 1851 census Charles & Ann were living by themselves still in Northbrook Street. Charles was recorded as a pauper bricklayer and Ann as a schoolmistress.


Charles died 25 April 1856 aged 84 and was buried at Newtown Road Cemetery on 2 May 1856.


In the 1861 census Ann was recorded as a lodger living with Thomas and Harriett Bennett in Rose & Thistle Gardens in Newbury. She was recorded as a bricklayer’s widow.


Ann died 14 September 1861 aged 78 and was buried at Newtown Road Cemetery on 18 September 1861.


Charles and Ann’s son Henry Elliott and his wife Jane were also buried at Newtown Road Cemetery on 18 December 1855 and 31 December 1855 respectively.

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